transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1 1.1 [desire/request/wish] conceder God grant him eternal peace [literary/literario] Dios lo tenga en su gloria 1.2 [interview/asylum/right] conceder he was granted permission se le concedió permisoMore example sentences
More example sentences1.3 [land/pension] otorgar*, conceder
- When asked for permission to reproduce a work she granted the request and refused payment.
- Accordingly, whether to grant a relocation request is not a decision courts make lightly.
- Near the end of the first semester, I requested and was granted permission to open a school store.
- However, Article 10 does not in itself grant a right of asylum or a right for an alien to stay in a given country.
- Can powers granted by an enabling Act only be enlarged or modified by express words of authorisation?
- The court ruled that international law does not grant the right of individuals to seek war damages from a state.
- 2 (admit)to grant (sb)
thatI grant that the plan is a good one reconozco que es un buen plan he has talent, I'll grant you that tiene talento, eso no te lo discutoMore example sentences
- Okay, that may be true Simon granted him, but he might be gay and he thought that London was an extraordinary example of feminine beauty.
- I did have time to think ‘oh no’ (very useful, I grant you) and turn to follow her progress.
- Especially since it's true (only an added benefit these days, I grant you.)
- 3(granted past participle of/participio pasado de)3.1 (admittedly) granted, it's very expensive, but … de acuerdo, es muy caro, pero … to take sth for granted dar* algo por sentado or por descontado don't take her support for granted no des por sentado or por descontado que te ( or nos etc) va a apoyar he realized he'd taken her for granted se dio cuenta de que no había sabido valorarla 3.2 (assuming) granted that it all goes according to plan … suponiendo que todo salga de acuerdo con lo previsto … granted his cooperation, success seems assured si contamos con su colaboración, el éxito está asegurado
- 1.1 (subsidy — to body, individual) subvención (feminine), subsidio (masculine) (Latin America/América Latina) ; (— to student) (especially British English/especialmente inglés británico) beca (feminine) 1.2 (granting) concesión (feminine), otorgamiento (masculine)
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